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7-3.4 Social Studies

Industrialize develop or modernize a country with factories and buisnesses
Industrial Revolution A time of significant change that started around 1750. It began in England. A time when powerful machines replaced human labor
Textile Industries factories making textiles and thread
Agricultural Revolution allowed people to efficiently grow more crops in a limited amount of space with a few workers
Enclosure Movement wealthy farmers bought land from small farmers; profit gained in an increased level of production
Crop Rotation a systematic planting of different crops in a particular order over several years; purpose is to increase soil fertility
Agricultural Yield amount of crops produced
Cottage Industries a small buisness run from home
Textiles cloth
Division of Labor separation of a work process into a number of tasks, with each task performed by a different person
Interchangable Parts when one part can easily replace another
Mass Production the manufacture of goods in large quantities by machinery
Assembly Line an arrangement of workers and machines in a factory, where each worker deals with only one part of a product
Laissez-faire Capitalism where the government leaves the people alone regarding all economic activities; all factors of production are privately owned
Social Darwinism "survival of the fittest"; either killed or be killed
Socialism emphasizes equality rather than achievement
Karl Maex & Friedrich Engels believed in a classless society; opposite of capitalism
Labor Unions an organization of workers formed to protect their rights
Proletariat the "have-nots"; the workers
Bourgeoisie the "haves"; the owners
Created by: laurynw



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